Judgment Debtor

  • Can an Information Subpoena Violate the FDCPA?

    …, the Law Offices of Robert J. Nahoum defends consumers in debt collection cases throughout the Tristate area including New Jersey. The Law Offices of Robert J. Nahoum, P.C (845) 232-0202 www.nahoumlaw.com info@nahoumlaw.com The post Can an Information Subpoena Violate the FDCPA? appeared first on The Law Offices of Robert J Nahoum. …

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  • CREATIVE AVENUE FOR JUDGMENT CREDITOR TO COLLECT A JUDGMENT

    … a judgment entered against it (known as the judgment debtor) while it is contemporaneously the plaintiff and pursuing monetary damages in an unrelated case or cases. This case also presents an avenue for a judgment creditor to pursue in the event other post-judgment collection efforts are unsuccessful. In this case, a judgment creditor received…

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  • For How Long is a New York Judgment Enforceable?

    … By: Robert J. Nahoum The Problem: You have recently discovered that you had been sued by a debt collector and that judgment has been entered against you. After some digging you discover that the Judgment is many many years old? The question you are now asking yourself is – “how old is too old? For How Long is a New York Judgment Enforceable…

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  • Children’s College Savings Accounts In Bankruptcy

    … A 529 plan [1] is a tax-advantaged savings plan designed to encourage savings for future college costs. The plan is so named as it is authorized by section 529 of the Internal Revenue Code. Some 529 plans are operated by a state while others may be operated by educational institutions. All 50 states offer at least one type of 529 plan which…

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  • Judicial Lien Avoidance In Bankruptcy

    … of homestead. Property of one of the following types, not exceeding one hundred fifty thousand dollars for the counties of Kings, Queens, New York, Bronx, Richmond, Nassau, Suffolk, Rockland, Westchester and Putnam; one hundred twenty-five thousand dollars for the counties of Dutchess, Albany, Columbia, Orange, Saratoga and Ulster; and seventy-five…

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  • Can I Be Arrested for Not Paying A Student Loan?

    … is yes – but, debt collectors have powerful tools at their disposal that should not be ignored. So, let’s first set the record straight on what happened. This particular student loan borrower was sued after defaulting on his student loan. He did not answer the lawsuit and a judgment was entered against him. In an effort to discover the debtor’s…

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  • Is Certain Property Exempt from Garnishment of Your Bank Account?

    …, on a fixed income and/or are month to month on their bills. A frozen bank account can cause these people significant hardship forcing them to go without medicine, food, or other necessities. If you have questions regarding all aspects of bankruptcy in Alabama, Tennessee or Mississippi, please call one of our Bond & Botes affiliated offices…

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  • What Happens at a Debtor Exam?

    … By: Robert J. Nahoum The Problem: You were sued by a debt collector and a judgment has been entered against you. The judgment creditor is hell bent on collecting on that judgment and has served you with a subpoena for a debtor exam. What is it and what should you expect? The Rules: After a judgment has been entered against you the debt…

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